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stores. it turns out he might be making it miserable. not all will have scott. this bible changed the world. i'm kirk cameron. four hundred years ago our forefathers risked their lives to bring this bible to the shores of america. because it contained the principals for economic liberty, political liberty and religious freedom. the 1599 geneva bible. it was the first complete english translation, complete with chapters, numbered verses and 300,000 utterly unique study notes. it actually came out before the king james version and because the government didn't authorize it, it was outlawed. but it was a bible by the people, for the people, the book that built america. and now for the first time in 400 years it's available again in a beautiful leather edition. i have one, i want you to have yours too. please visit genevabible.com and get your copy of this rare and historic version of god's word today. thank you and may god bless you. >> good morning to you. it is now quarter past the hour. george h.w. bush is still in the hospital but his condition is improving. he was admitted for b
entirely miserable on that. >> you had one sketch on in a full year. >> if that and it was cut between dress and air. we bonded over unhappiness approximate we will also remain happiness over it. >> seriously, i had my office that i had things i tape to the wall. a quote that you made for some reason was on the calendar. it said i love larry david. one of the funniest men alive and a gifted writer and he once threatened to kill dick epperson. that's a great quote. [ male announcer ] it's that time of year again. time for citi price rewind. because your daughter really wants that pink castle thing. and you really don't want to pay more than you have to. only citi price rewind automatically searches for the lowest price. and if it finds one, you get refunded the difference. just use your citi card and register your purchase online. have a super sparkly day! ok. [ male announcer ] now all you need is a magic carriage. citi price rewind. start saving at citi.com/pricerewind. >> what has worked for me may not work for you. take for instance, what has worked for me? wigs. tight clothes. push
of these kids and their parents who have had their lives permanently lost or permanently made miserable. what would be good that they could say come september at the end of this year. at least something good came out of this. >> ban assault rifles and redefine it. make it a broader definition than in the original act. two, no clip or magazine sold with more than ten bullets in it. three, gun show loophole closed. four, no gun sales on the internet anymore. and five, that adjustment to the mental health sets that i told you about. but chris, what we've got to get over -- and i like governor mcdonnell and think he does some good things, but he is being nothing but a coward and a wuss when he won't confront the question. give us one reason why any law-abiding american should have access to a clip with more than ten bullets in it or to a semiautomatic assault weapon. there is no reason. there is no answer. and the american people understand that. so governor mcdonnell should be leading. just like joe manchin. >> so imagine you're out in western pennsylvania, one of the west counties out there. je
. >> exactly. exactly. >> i am a miserable atheist leave me the f alone. >> maybe that's what they should do. speaking about war, is the war on susan rice over? and did she win? >> well, look that war is not over, but the situation where like the guy is in okinawa in the coughs, it was over when it started. they never had a chance against her. if the president wants her and i think now he is going to have to nominate her and she will get confirmed and they are going to look back in the processes of trying to tear her down. they are looking bad now. yeah they show no signs of letting up. i don't know if you saw this. >> she's one tough cookie, too. >> yeah. >> i know. >> they are like spit bawling weird stuff. first, she is this, you know, she's got sharp elbows temperament and rick grinnel was on cnn talking -- fox. sorry. he was on fox news talking about how, oh, no, she is too afraid to speak up because she wants to go to dinner parties? which is it? is she like a bull in a china shop or a timid little party girl? >> bill: here is what gets me, the war on s
like ours. ours was a months monthlong and it was miserable. i came out of that a changed human being, for the better. i lost almost all of my cockiness and quite a few tailfeathers and spent the next decade being a weapons and tactics officer at a different level than a fighter wing. i was in khobar towers when that blew up. do you guys remember that? always in the wrong place at the wrong time. i was there when that place blew up. we hadn't really, i don't think any of us was thinking about terrorism the way that is thought about now. it wasn't something we were prepared to fight. my generation was geared to fight the soviet union. i asked my teenage daughter, she says you know, what's wrong with russia? russia was the soviet union and she said what's that? it's a big thing in the late 80s and early '90s before it toppled. we were geared up to fight them and most of us have never really considered iraq or knew who saddam hussein was. after that war was over, which winning was a forgone conclusion, you you no? the terrorism thing caught us by surprise. we thought they were rabble-rou
is that movie, grae? >> it's le miserable. it's the first time they have included this song from the play in the movie. and when this movie screened for critics last weekend, the entire oscar race changed dramatically because hugh jackman may have just taken the oscar away from daniel day-lewis as abraham lincoln. and for all of us movie folks, that is a really big deal. this movie, i actually had the pleasure of seeing it, and i can't say a whole lot about it because it comes out on christmas day, but to everybody who is a fan of "les miserable" they're going to be ecstatic about the movie. we'll get used to hearing it. it's going to win a ton of stuff. >> that's really exciting. i'm going be humming that song for the next couple hours. thanks, grae. you can get more from grae drake at rottentomatoes.com. >>> and our own a.j. hammer sat down with the star of "killing them softly" brad pitt for a very revealing interview about his engagement and his stance on marriage equality. you can watch brad pitt right here tomorrow, 5:00 p.m. eastern on cnn. >>> and replacing secretary of state hill
the politics were miserable. i would prefer to keep the debt ceiling as far away from the fiscal cliff discussion as possible. if you intermingled them, we lose. guest: the debt ceiling is one of the most ridiculous policies we have. you can vote to spend more money and tax less and in the fact you are also voted to increase the amount the government borrows and you can refuse to raise the debt ceiling. we should be eliminating the debt ceiling. you automatically vote to raise the desolate when you vote to spend money. the idea that we have to go through this whole thing in february again is ridiculous. host: oklahoma, independent line, good morning. caller: this republican party is a joke. they have done nothing to work with this president. they are a bunch of southern republicans. they cannot handle a black man telling them from a leadership position. they take an allegiance to grover norquist. give me a break. the allegiance should go to the united states of america were host: is your solution? caller: i would get rid of all of them, that's what i would do, thank you. host: will lea
of this long range ballistic missile launch. the one in april failed miserably. and for the first time then they admitted that it did fail publicly. this time they extended the window and did not invite foreign journalists to watch this and simply announced when it was successful. they didn't want to take a chance of it failing again. the north koreans trying to time this to coincide with the death of their, their leader a year ago, and so that's why they're carrying this out this week. it is an attention-geting exercise. most u.s. officials believe. the pentagon has been notably silent in reaction to the launch last night, jenna. jenna: it has certainly gotten a lot of our attention and we'll be talking about it today. jennifer, thank you. >> reporter: thank you very much. jon: for more on the north korean launch let's bring in am gas door john bolton, former ambassador to the u.n. good morning ambassador. >> good morning jon. jon: what should the u.s. response should be? >> i think our policy or north korea has been wrong for a long time. i'm in the in favor of a long shift in policy
. >> be safe. megyn: ♪ . ♪ . megyn: that was a clip from the brand new movie musical, les miserables. one of several films to draw big crowds when they open christmas eve. dennis kneale has the story. hey, dennis. >> hello. here is the big surprise. the film version of the long running broadway musical is breaking records already. les mis could be breaking records. the sales at fandango website are smashing all-time records for any film opening christmas. box-office.com says the film could reap 26 million bucks in the u.s. on the opening and over $136 million in its full u.s. run. for a musical. who would have thunk it. even more surprising, lay ms. , building this buzz in the fate of a real action films. you have the tom cruise shoot emup, ""jack reacher".". quentin tarantino's violent anti-slavery epic, "django unchained." and "zero dark thirty". and then there is les-mis run on broadway 27 years and based on a novel written in 1862. it has extra factors. it has been a hit on broadway, 27 years. has a built-in franchise audience. has star you had studded cast. hue, wolverine jackson and
" with $600 million worldwide in 2008. if they do that, yiewn universas anything but miserable. >> that's a classic. >> one of the greatest broadway productions ever. >> and one of the sappiest. >> sunning voices. amazing. >> and "mama mia" as a movie was cheesy. >> but it's more fun. >> what's your favorite christmas movie? >> "a christmas story" with ralph and the bb gun. >> of course. >> we watched tim allen and "the santa claus," i love it. >> dennis, you're great. >> thanks. >> time for stocks as we do every 15 minutes, nicole's on the floor of the new york stock exchange. what's your favorite movie? >> got to love the christmas spirit, all the cartoons, they are a lot of fun. i don't know. any one of them, and i'm in. sign me up. such great christmas spirit. i have 20 tell you talking about movies, a great segue into netflix, preparing to sit down on christmas eve and watch their favorite christmas movie orphan netflix and couldn't do that because the web server from amazon, there was an outage so it went from christmas eve, in some cases, through christmas day. netflix users coul
miserable. i would prefer to keep the debt ceiling as far away from the fiscal cliff discussion as possible. if you intermingled them, we lose. guest: the debt ceiling is one of the most ridiculous policies we have. you can vote to spend more money and tax less and in the fact you are also voted to increase the amount the government borrows and you can refuse to raise the debt ceiling. we should be eliminating the debt ceiling. you automatically vote to raise the desolate when you vote to spend money. the idea that we have to go through this whole thing in february again is ridiculous. host: oklahoma, independent line, good morning. caller: this republican party is a joke. they have done nothing to work with this president. they are a bunch of southern republicans. they cannot handle a black man telling them from a leadership position. they take an allegiance to grover norquist. give me a break. the allegiance should go to the united states of america were host: is your solution? caller: i would get rid of all of them, that's what i would do, thank you. host: will leave the bear. -- we will
was pulling miserably. even in michigan, people did not want to intervene to save the auto industry. he had a lengthy meeting with the odd note team -- with the auto team. i reported on the pulling and he said, look, i completely understand what people feel that way. but if we don't do anything, we will lose an iconic american institution and a million jobs will go with it in the midst of the worst recession since the great depression. so we need to get them to rationalize the industry can get them to make cars for the 21st century. we have to make that shot. and he did. i think the results are clear now. on health care, i can categorically report you that there was not anybody who was telling him that taking on health care was a good political issue. we knew even in the campaign, in the general election of 2008, what a difficult issue was. we took the offensive on it. the president said we have been trying to solve this problem for 60 years. if we do not do it in the first two years, it will never get done. we're not here to husband their popularity and admire it on the shelf. we're here t
some miserably. >> host: why some many lawyers? >> guest: no good reason. we have very restrictive rules of engagement. how we choose. and we drop a bomb, the lawyer, is a syndicate target? to close? is it too close to a school? become in this way. here is how many people may get killed as collateral damage. when you do that for the libyan campaign much less syria or k-9 or afghanistan you're talking about hundreds of targets needing lots of lawyers. the society. all lot of reason for having lots and lots of lawyers. we have more lawyers than probably anyone of the services in the entire department. >> caller: my question would be why after the iraq more whenever we gave these people an opportunity for liberty we did not pay for some of the assets of the country as far as their oil production to pay our debt and what we spent to give them the choice of freedom. thank you. >> guest: that raises an interesting question because we did the first goal for desert storm, we actually went around hat in hand to the various countries, including countries that had not participated in the exer
that all award season, it's such a long title, less miserables, moonrise kingdom, salmon fishing in the yemen and silver linings playbook. for the factors on the drama side we've got daniel day lewis for lincoln, no surprise there, richard ger for arbitrage. not a surprise, he has been buzzed about, john hawkes for the session, joaquin phenix for the master, he was not nominated for a s.a.g. award yesterday so he made up for it this morning at the golden globes and denzel washington for "flight." jack black for bernie, he was buzzed about his performance, earn loved it so it's not a big surprise although "bernie" was a small movie, bradley cooper, hue jackson, and bill murray for hyde park on the hudson and also in the actress comedy, actress category for comedy, emily blunt for salmon fishing in the yemen, judy dench for best exotic mare gold hotel, jennifer lawrence, maggie smith, meryl streep for "hope springs" and the actor on the drama, jessica chastaine zero dark 30, helen mirren or "hitchcock" naomi watts for "the impossible" and rachel wise for "deep blue sea." that's a m
." >> brian: let's talk about "les miserables." am i going to be pleased with this? >> yeah. here is the deal, they did a thing called live singing with this movie. it's very rare in musicals because most musicals, they record the music three or four months prior to going on set. so when the actors get there, they have to mime the lyrics. this time they sing live into the camera. the emotion is happening right there. and what at this was sat down with hugh jackman recently. here is us, we live sing our interview. here is hugh jackman and myself. >> tell me the positives and negatives of singing live ♪ ♪ the negatives are if you don't have a score ♪ ♪ like during this interview ♪ we are pretty much singing the same notes all the time ♪ >> steve: awesome. >> gretchen: very cute. >> we were totally singing. they do live sing. it's the most beloved musical of all time. it's been seen by over 60 million people and opens christmas day. >> gretchen: christmas day also opens "parental guidance." it's a family movie. i have a 7 and 9-year-old, can i bring them to this movie? >> here is the
%. and it's not about being a miser. it's not about wanting to save money. it's about prudence. it's about sound judgments. it's about common sense. what do we know from the 1988 stafford act? here's what we know. what we know is when we changed the cost share to an appropriate level so that we don't get things done on the federal government's taxpayer dime without significant participation of local input, what the studies show is that during that one-year period, the federal government saved $3 billion because projects didn't get funded that weren't priorities because of the 65% federal contribution and 35% cost share. so what this does is reintroduce the 65% federal payment and 35% cost share to do that. and, again, most of these projects aren't going to start until 2015. so priorities are important. so we're borrowing $60 billion -- and this is just the first bill, i'm told, and i'm sure we're going to have to spend money. but should we not be more prudent with how we spend dollars that are going to be borrowed against our children's future? all this says is revert it back to what it's
all was miserable. i do not make a million dollars. they could at least let us keep our tax break, but now they have cut us out of that. they have taken 95% out of the equation. that really picked me off. i am really dissatisfied with the gop party right now. >> don in westport massachusetts -- westport, mass.. independent caller. >> john. we have been watching all this go on. it is benghazi, the president tried to push these things through. i'm sorry. i was a democrat but i changed but i can no longer be a democrat because i cannot understand what they're trying to do. we have $16 trillion in deficits. we cannot fix anything and we are not going to do any spending cuts. so we are going to add more to the deficit but all you are going to do is tax millionaires. that is fine, but those are the people that create the jobs for the middle class. i depend on these people that have the money to pay me. >> what do you do for a living? caller: i am a construction worker. >> democrat caller from louisiana. nina. i just wanted to say, if you listen to the callers, of how disgusted we are wi
the situation either way. i could be absolutely miserable or i could be positive and try to help. just like i said before, i was given that second chance and it's kept me positive and all i want to do is be able to help out these families. >> kelly: keith, god bless you and thank you for your service to this country. >> juliet: yes, thank you. >> kelly: you make us all very proud and to donate no the special warriors foundation, go to what we're going to show you righto to our web site. you are a remarkable man. god bless you. >> juliet: let us know how it all goes. >> absolutely. >> juliet: you're from brooklyn, right? >> i live in brooklyn. i'm from long island. >> kelly: come back and visit us and tell us all about it. >> i would love to. >> kelly: more "fox & friends" coming back in two minutes. don't go anywhere hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. . . initiated. neural speeds increasing to 4g
because it's what they did instead of counting and miserably in the back to the drawing board. but my preference would have been to have somebody from the outside sitting down and doing it in a reasonable fashion, so that's best for the country, what's best for the district, what's best for the state. >> tying into all of this of the role of parties. more americans over the course of your tenure identify themselves as political. what has that done to the party during the past couple decades? >> not as much as super committees. in the citizens united case that's probably been more on maybe some of the other things with less partisanship and less willingness to come together. i happen to agree on the political parties but in nebraska the nebraska legislature is a officially nonpartisan. some people just run for the seat. they don't run as republicans or democrats. generally republicans are, democrats are, but it's not uncommon for democrats to be chairmen of committees even if there's a majority of republicans unofficially. so i come from an environment there was spirit and was spun by
entrenched, the black people were miserable, the whites were cruel and indifferent. that is etched -- actually not true at all. washington had about 30,000 people. 12,000 were black. the majority of the black people in washington in 1830 were free. >> what led to the washington, d.c., first race riots? "snowstorm in august" sunday night on c-span2's booktv. "washington journal" continues. host: on fridays, we look at america by the numbers, and we want to look at hunter in america with caroline ratcliffe, and -- hundred in america, with caroline ratcliffe and alisha coleman- jensen. as you look through these figures, what surprised you the most? guest: thank you for having me. just to talk of all our main findings, our latest statistics aren't based on 2011 and the annual food security survey conducted in december, 2011, and we found that 14.9% of households were food insecure, lacking consistent access to adequate food. we found the rate has hovered around 14%-to-15% since 2008. it was at 11% in 2007. host: let me go to some headlines. the 15% of these households have trouble putt
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